Air Asia X (or Air Asia X Berhad) is a long-haul, budget airline based in Malaysia and is a sister company of AirAsia. Air Asia X flies to many destinations including Abu Dhabi, Adelaide, Beijing, Busan, Chengdu, Chongqing, Delhi, Gold Coast, Hangzhou, Jeddah, Kuala Lumpur, London, Melbourne, Mumbai, Nagoya, Osaka, Paris, Perth, Seoul and Shanghai. Air Asia X was established in 2001 and has hubs in Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabulu, Penan, Johor Bahru and Kuching.
Air Asia X's affiliate airlines including Indonesia AirAsia X and Thai AirAsia X. Indonesia AirAsia X is a joint venture of AirAsia X. It serves Indonesia AirAsia's regularly scheduled long haul international flights from Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport. Indonesia AirAsia X was planned to launch its first destination to Melbourne on 26 December 2014 but was delayed till 18 March 2015 due to delays in route approval from Australian authority. Instead, Taipei became Indonesia AirAsia X first destination by launching service on 30 January 2015. Thai AirAsia X is a joint venture of AirAsia X in Thailand. Thai AirAsia X is Thailand’s first long-haul low-cost airline and began operation since its maiden service from Bangkok to Incheon, South Korea on 17 June 2014 and followed by Tokyo Narita and Osaka Kansai in Japan.
AirAsia X is the long-haul, low-cost affiliate carrier of the AirAsia Group that currently flies to destinations in the Asia Pacific region. The airline currently serves 19 destinations across Asia (Sapporo, Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul, Busan, Taipei, Xian, Beijing, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Shanghai, New Delhi and Kathmandu), Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, and Gold Coast), New Zealand (Auckland) and the Middle East (Jeddah). AirAsia X operates a core fleet of 29 A330-300s as at (March 2016), each with a seat configuration of 12 Premium Flatbeds and 365 Economy seats. The airline has carried over 15 million guests since it commenced long-haul service in 2007.
AirAsia X was the first long-haul, low fare carrier to introduce Premium Flatbed seats, which have a standard business class specifications of 20" width, 60" pitch and stretches out to 77" in a full-recline position. The Premium flatbeds feature universal power sockets, adjustable headrests and built-in personal utilities such as tray table, drink holder, reading light and privacy screen. Premium seat guests also enjoy premium complimentary products and services including Pick-A-Seat, Priority Check-in, Priority Boarding, Priority Baggage, 40kg Baggage Allowance, Complimentary Meal and use of a Pillow and Duvet.
AirAsia X offers "Quiet Zone" cabin on all its long-haul flights across its network. The service enhancement is exclusively for guests who are above age 12. The "Quiet Zone" cabin features a new ambiance with soft lighting, offering a more relaxed cabin atmosphere, which will ensure a more pleasant journey for guests. AirAsia X was awarded the World's Best Low Cost Airline Premium Seat and the World's Best Low Cost Airline Premium Class titles for three consecutive years at the 2015 Skytrax World Airline Awards, which took place at the Paris Airshow. The AirAsia Group also received its seventh consecutive year title as the World's Best and Asia's Best Low Cost Airline at the 2015 Skytrax World Airline Awards. As at December 2015, AirAsia X Group employs 2,893, AllStars from 23 different nationalities around the world.
Kuala Lumpur Taipei
Bandung Johor Bahru
Kathmandu Kuala Lumpur
Chongqing Kota Kinabulu
Kuala Lumpur Colombo
Kota Kinabalu Chongqing
Kuala Lumpur International Airport
Kuala Lumpur International Airport is Malaysia's main international airport and is one of the busiest airport in South East Asia. It is the hub airport for Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia, AirAsia X and Malindo Air. Other airlines which fly to and from Kuala Lumpur International Airport include Air Astana, Air China, Air France, Air Maurtitius, AirAsia, Cathay Pacific, Korean Air, Kuwait Airways, Lion air, Lufthansa and many others.
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